Camping in Himachal

Himachal Pradesh, a place of immeasurable beauty and bewitchery, is enriched with clear and placid lakes. Soaring mountains, archaic temples and cheerful people are worth witnessing once in a lifetime. The state is in the northern part of India. It is widely famous for the massive production of apples and is also famous as the “state of apples”. The place is also a centre of some of the best tourist destinations like Kullu, Manali, Chamba, and Shimla. In short, Camping in Himachal is a wonderland on earth intriguing a blitz of tourists all around the year. The enchanting beauty of this place will fill your soul with peace, tranquillity whereas the pilgrimage makes this state mystic. This place is also very renowned for the camping experience. The camps amidst deep dark valleys, soaring clouds and picturesque scenes can provide you peace all over that mixed up with beautiful nature. There are plenty of exploring options you can find:

  • Tirthan valley (near Kullu): This valley is located inside the great Himalayan National park and it has to be reached from Gushaini by trek. It is at a distance of 70 km from Kullu, 75 km from Mandi, and 105km from Manali. This spot is a joyous treat for your eyes.
  • Jogini waterfalls (near Manali): Jogini falls is a resplendent waterfall located near Vashist village in Himachal Pradesh. The fall is formed by a stream, which merges in the Beas river downstream. The waterfall can be reached by trekking from the Vashist temple, it is just 4 km from the temple and 7.5 km from Manali.
  • Lahesh cave trek: The cave lies at an altitude of 3,500m above sea level. It is at a distance of 12km from McLeodGanj and 17km from Dharamshala. The trek is considered as an ideal one for those who want to experience more beyond an easy trek like in Triund.

The Solitude Camps can be your one-stop destination if you want to pack your bags and go to explore these places.

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